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Mmm, Feminist Valentine's Day!

February 12 2016
by Charlotte Allen

And feminists don't think that's an oxymoron.

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Secret Service and Candidates: Maybe It Is Time to Re-evaluate This

February 12 2016
by Charlotte Hays

If Dr. Carson goes all the way to the convention, taxpayer-supported Secret Service security will cost around $6 million.

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Maine's Food Stamp Revolution

February 12 2016
by Patrice J. Lee

Childless food stamp recipients in Maine who are able to work must do so.

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Today's Essay Question: Do You Want Your Daughter to Fight ISIS?

February 12 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Dave Carter maintains that conscripting women is "barbaric."

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An Iconoclastic Feminist Unloads on Steinem and Albright

February 12 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Leave it to Camille Paglia, the iconoclastic lesbian feminist and art historian, to deliver the coup de grace to Gloria Steinem and Madeleine Albright.

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Busted Budget Ideas, Day 2: More Meddling in Education

February 12 2016
by Nicki Neily

The White House has identified a number of problems in the education field – but unfortunately, their solutions are both expensive and misguided.

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How NYC Counts the Homeless Is Fuzzy Math

February 12 2016
by Patrice J. Lee

If you're sleeping inside an ATM booth in New York City, you're not homeless.

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San Diego Reverses Ban on Using the Term "Founding Fathers" in City Correspondence

February 11 2016
by Charlotte Allen

The politically correct apparently don't much like the idea of fatherhood.

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Do You Need an Advanced Degree to Whiten Teeth?

February 11 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Tooth whitening is not brain surgery.

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Visa Wonderland?

February 11 2016
by Patrice J. Lee

A whistleblower's tale . . .

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Women and the Draft: Are There Some Feminist Contradictions Here?

February 11 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Heather Wilhelm thinks there are.

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The Specter Hunting the Hillary Campaign

February 11 2016
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Feminism has changed from the heyday of Albright and Steinem.

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FCC’s Set-Top Box Idea is a Flop

February 11 2016
by Nicki Neily

Only in Washington would a little thing like a cable box be the cause of such a big fight.

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Fiorina Is Out

February 10 2016
by Charlotte Hays

We will miss her wit but feel we will be seeing her again.

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Busted Budget Ideas, Day 1: “Investing” with Tax Dollars

February 10 2016
by Nicki Neily

More on President Obama's budget proposals  . . .

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Triumph the Insult Comic Dog Takes on Grim-Faced Political Correctness at the University of New Hampshire

February 10 2016
by Charlotte Allen

An Election Eve slam at the "diversity" industry.

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A Supreme Court Setback for Obama’s Key Environmental Regulation

February 10 2016
by Jillian Kay Melchior

After 29 states sued over the Clean Power Plan, the Court issued a stay.

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POTUS’ 2016 Budget: The Most Expensive Proposed Spending Spree in History

February 10 2016
by Patrice J. Lee

President Obama unveils a $4.1 trillion election-year budget, the costliest budget  in history.

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Ladies, Don't Fall for "Pink Tax" Myth

February 9 2016
by Hadley Heath

This myth – like many other victimhood myths – relies on a bad presumption about women: that we are stupid.

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National Review Weighs in on Women Registering for the Draft: "Barbaric"

February 9 2016
by Charlotte Hays

GOP presidential contenders are divided on the issue.

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Cam Newton’s Effective Tax Rate for California: A Whooping 172 Percent

February 9 2016
by Patrice J. Lee

And he didn't win and doesn't live there.

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Cuddly Bernie Is Also Peddling a Stale Commodity: Class Warfare

February 9 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Haven't we had enough of this?

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This Year's Super Bowl Ads: Instead of Preachy, Gross

February 9 2016
by Charlotte Allen

The good news: no "Run Like a Girl." The bad news: Constipation and Diarrhea.

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The 890-day Barber

February 8 2016
by Jillian Kay Melchior

Onerous licensing requirements create barriers for people who want to work.

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Cruz: "Nuts" to Require Women to Register for the Draft

February 8 2016
by Charlotte Hays

He didn't mince words.

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